Customers who thrashed Serangoon restaurant after bill dispute: Video shows them smashing glass with stools

A video showing customers thrashing a porridge restaurant along Upper Serangoon Rd has emerged online.

In an earlier Stomp article, it was reported that four customers wreaked havoc in Heng Long Teochew Porridge after a dispute over the cost of their meal on May 27 at around 3.30am. 

The customers were upset over their $28 bill, reported Shin Min Daily News, after ordering porridge, pomfret and several side dishes.

They got into a heated argument with staff on duty and started wreaking havoc in the restaurant's interior thereafter. 

A video of the incident posted on The Straits Times' Facebook page shows what happened.

In the video, the customers can be seen tossing dishes into the ground and flipping a table.

They then picked up the restaurant's wooden chairs and started smashing the glass surface in the serving area multiple times.

At one point, a man can be seen throwing a huge pot of porridge onto the floor.

The police were called in thereafter but the customers left before they arrived.

No one was hurt during the rampage.

Police investigations are ongoing.